STAMFORD, Conn., – New York based Serendipity Labs Coworking announced today it has signed a lease for 13,000 square feet at 700 Canal St. in the South End of Stamford, Connecticut. A partnership of ClearRock Properties, Mountain Development Corp. and Gottesman Real Estate Partners owns the building.
The Stamford location makes Serendipity Labs the only coworking network in the tri-state region with workplaces in Westchester, Fairfield, and Bergen counties. This is part of a rapid national expansion of more than 80 locations. Rye, New York, Chicago and Ridgewood, New Jersey are already open. Bethesda, Maryland, and Miami and Aventura, Florida are slated for this spring. Members are able to book space at any Lab, an important feature for a workforce that increasingly needs reliable alternatives for meetings with clients, vendors, and team members. The Serendipity Labs mobile app makes booking space easy.
The Serendipity Labs in Stamford offers easy access to Interstate 95 and is within walking distance of the Stamford train station, with both Metro North and Amtrak Acela service. Restaurants, shopping and fitness centers are all close by. Serendipity Labs members and their guests can also take advantage of a private shuttle to the station. The South End is the place to live, work and play in Stamford: The exciting urban mix of retail, residential, entertainment and even industrial elements attracts fast-growing and established companies.
Memberships include day passes, coworking plans and full-time dedicated private offices. Team rooms for companies needing project space and the 40-person ideation studio for larger meetings can also be reserved. Members will be able to enjoy the labcafe, worklounge and workbar. A full schedule of event programming, meetups and seminars add to the member experience.
“We could not be more pleased to have a Serendipity Labs Coworking open at 700 Canal St.,” says Andy Gottesman, CEO of Gottesman Real Estate Partners. “The vibrancy and activity at Serendipity Labs will contribute to our success in attracting and retaining great tenants and will add to the economic development of the South End neighborhood.”
“Stamford is ready for upscale coworking,” says John Arenas, CEO of Serendipity Labs. “Our members come from a broad cross section of industries. Their companies are at all stages of development and size. About 45 percent of our members are employees of established companies who have their monthly membership paid by their organization, 20 percent are start-ups, and 35 percent are independents. More than 40 percent of our members are women – which is double the industry average.”
The Serendipity Labs IT services network, OASIS®, is designed to meet the strictest security standards, including those of the technology, healthcare and financial services industries.
All memberships come with a satisfaction guarantee and a 30-day risk-free trial.
About Serendipity Labs, Inc.
Established in 2013 by industry leader John Arenas, Serendipity Labs, Inc. (www.serendipitylabs.com), delivers upscale coworking to address the needs of mobile professionals, independent workers and project teams. It offers workplace memberships that include part-time and full-time coworking, dedicated private offices, team rooms and day passes to our network of worklounges. Corporate membership, with central billing and reporting, is also available. The OASIS® technology platform is proprietary, cloud-based, and enterprise class. The Serendipity Labs network is growing through owned, managed and franchised locations in office buildings, high-rise residential projects, hotels and retail properties across the U.S.